The fifth and final of this outstanding political drama series.
See Glasgow and Die - Scotland has legalised assisted dying and
have arrested a couple on their way to the new Dignitas clinic in Glasgow. But
is this just a way of promoting Scottish independence and embarrassing the
government? Meanwhile, Simon's partner Alan appears to have snubbed a visiting
Crown Prince - and now a new Oil exploration contract is under threat.
Democracy in Traction - A routine council eviction has blown up
into a full scale riot and the police have been heavy-handed resulting in two
hospitalised civilians. With a policeman also in hospital - the Met
Commissioner is demanding increased police powers. Meanwhile - Nathan is
expected to go on a foreign trip with the PM only to discover his visa seems to
The Emperor's New Speech - It's the Party Conference in
Brighton...and it's 11 hours until the PM is due to deliver his speech with
only one problem - it's not written yet. And just when they didn't need it, one
of Lord Rudolph's newspapers splashes a Treasury leak, ruining the latest bond
issue and jeopardising the UK's credit rating. But who leaked the information
in the first place? Meanwhile - the major supermarkets are being leaned on to
contribute to a fund to help small shop owners, but will they agree before the
conference speech is delivered?
Episode 4 - Alan is now wheelchair bound and eating through a
Alan is talking about going across the border to the Dignitas Clinic in
Features a cameo appearance by Laity’s predecessor, Alan Armstrong.
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